Nov 12

Persectuion of Mildred Dunlap

Just read this book-The Persecution of Mildred Dunlap and was quickly involved with the lives of Mildred and Edra. Wonderfully written story about  hatred and prejudice with all its unintended and devastating consequences, and how love and friendship bring strength and healing. A bonus is that all ALL PROFITS GO TO ANIMAL RESCUE: Ventura County, …

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Nov 05

Increase Blog Exposure With WP Greet Box

Just came across this free  plugin for your wordpress website, that can help you increase your blog exposure and build loyal readership. Also has the ability to detect the visitor’s search keywords from major search engines and automatically display related posts under or above the greeting message. WP Greet Box – This plugin will greet …

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Nov 01

Why Your Book Needs a WordPress Site

To be effective a site needs to be stable and reliable and it needs to give you the options to meet the unique needs of your audience. Too many writers getting started on the web don’t realize what their options are and end up choosing an “easy” and “cheap” solution that turns out to be …

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Oct 30

The Treasure of My Heart

The Treasure of My Heart by Linda Lindor website:http://treasureofmyheart.lynnlangtry.com The land was Costa Rica; a place of memories… The deep green silhouette of two giant mountains lay against the peaceful sky of late afternoon. The sunken valley cradles tales of many adventures and memories. The place is encamped by a range of mountains that lead …

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Oct 14

How can Writers use Pinterest

Ways For Writers To Use Pinterest Pinterest is a bookmarking site that lets you save images, rather than text links. Find a page (or picture) you like on the web, ‘pin’ it and add one of its images to a visual pinboard Pinterest is also a social network: find interesting images and links based on …

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Sep 21

Pinterest: Who really are using it?

Who, specifically, is using Pinterest? Is your book’s audience using Pinterest? According to this infographic from OnlineMBA.com, women dominate the site. Most have “some college” education; almost half of the users are in the $50,000 to $99,999 income range. Can they afford to buy books? I’m thinking that the answer is “Yes!” But, even though …

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Sep 04

Online Marketing Tools for Authors

 One of the first goals of an author is to develop their author platform as a way of growing their audience and generating more sales for their books. The good news is that there are now many digital publishing tools for authors, that can aid in book promotion, as well as book sales. Your Author …

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Aug 30

How To Attract Search Engines and Readers

Book authors You  may be relieved when your books are published. But the next stage  – marketing the book – awaits you. And by now many authors realize that, for purposes of connecting with prospective readers, they need to be active on social media sites and have their own “home base” book author website. here …

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Aug 20

6 Steps to get on Amazon #1 Best Seller

Step 1 – Create the book I’ve found that when I upload files to Kindle, web page filtered or.doc files seem to work the best without messing up the formatting. OpenOffice (which is 100% free) let’s you save the file as both a .doc file as well as a .pdf. I prefer Microsoft Word 2010 …

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Aug 14

What Type of Audience Reads Your Books?

Do Readers Of Different Genres Have Specific Craft Preferences? Writing with the eventual reader in mind may give better results. those who write in specific genres or combo genres (e.g., supernatural romance, supernatural thriller), and for whom maximizing sales is a priority, maybe give a thought to the most likely type of person to seek …

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